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        12-23-2013, 09:24 AM
    Green Broke
    Well, MN17, I hope they realize that B was suppose to be a D else he won't receive mine. I guess I can go send another to D552 to make sure. No need to feel guilty as you and your husband are the ones who answer to each other and he knew you needed it to have the strength to be there for him as he knew he would need you.

    Tj, great set up with the tree and glad you are going to come down a notch on doing so much. I know how it is trying to enjoy so many different things and practice the things you like more, but taking away from just relaxing to unwind and loosen the body so it can truly rest. It will create hypertension and then you will know uncomfortable. Ask me how I

    Ladona, I hope things work out for your mom and pray that what ever happens she can settle in MD comfortably. I know how hard it is to do, but I hope you can relax and lessen the worry on yourself. We always worry over all the things that life throws at us until they are past then look for the next thing to worry about. At the end of the day we are still here living and the worry accomplished nothing more than tense muscles or headaches or both. Go forward with the thought that what ever happens we will work through it and worry has no place in this because it does nothing to help. Smile at your mom and tell her that there is no need to worry if she does lose it because she will get by as she always has, one day at a time.

    Tracey, cool pics of the moose. Glad things are going well up there.

    MR, just a few more hours!!!

    I worked on the clearing some more and got a lot done. I'll load the pics here shortly and post them. Even walked up on a nice 5' black snake that my daughter wanted dead. I tried to explain that he was a good snake and helps keep the mole and rat population down, but she has her mom's mentality that a good snake is a dead snake.
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        12-23-2013, 09:50 AM
    Green Broke
    So you think you were pic heavy,,,Bwahaaahaaahaaa

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        12-23-2013, 09:53 AM
    Green Broke



    Ok, that is all for now. Lol

    Hard to tell, but I actually got a lot done in the last 2 evenings. Should be clear right up to the pasture by the end of Christmas Eve. It's raining today and not sure if we will get rained out, but the yard is shutting down at 12 tomorrow. I'll get a couple hours of work in then til my wife gets home from the airport with our son and DIL from Chicago for a week.
        12-23-2013, 09:58 AM
    Green Broke
    Just realized I hadn't updated pics of the white dog. That is Dolly, the little pup m wife picked up at beginning of summer to supposedly be for me. I didn't want another dog. Lol

    This was her when we first got her..

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        12-23-2013, 10:00 AM
    Rick, your dog looks a lot like the dog that I grew up with. He was a great dog and I hope yours will be similar.
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        12-23-2013, 10:04 AM
    Green Broke
    She is a sweetheart til she is turned loose then you will spend time chasing her down or waiting on her to return on her own. She loves to run!! Lol I thought she was going to be built more stocky, but she has more the GSP build.
        12-23-2013, 10:16 AM
    Morning all!

    Roaddy, wow, what beautiful property! How many acres?

    Ladona, Roaddy is seems to always work out in the end. Wierd. Enjoy the time with your mom, and let the spirit of the holiday fill your heart. it'll all be good!

    Here....DH will get a zap this morning! Yea! Maybe it will clear up the a fib. Then a day of observation. Thank goodness! I did NOT want to take him home in arrhythmia. Scary! So...another day here. No biggy. Honestly, this is forcing me to slow down, read, watch a little tv, I need it too!. This hotel isn't bad either!

    Talk soon!
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        12-23-2013, 11:00 AM
    Green Broke
    5 acres.

    Hope he is able to get a clear bill of health after the zap. You should stop by a store and pic up one of the fly zappers that look like a tennis racket and take it in the room with you. Tell him that every time acts out you are going to zap him with it thinking it is the arrhythmia acting up again. I would like to see the look on his face at that.....lmbo
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        12-23-2013, 11:39 AM
    Rick, you're being bad. I hope Santa doesn't find out this close to Christmas.
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        12-23-2013, 11:41 AM
    Green Broke
    Originally Posted by Celeste    
    Rick, you're being bad. I hope Santa doesn't find out this close to Christmas.
    haha,,I want one of them red cars like you are after...hahahha

    Here see if this joke will help...

    An 80-year-old man is having his annual checkup. The doctor asks him how he’s feeling.

    “I’ve never been better!” he replies. “I’ve got an 18-year-old bride Who’s pregnant and having my child!
    What do you think about that?”

    The doctor considers this for a moment, then says, “Well, let me tell you a story.
    I know a guy Who’s an avid hunter. He never misses a season. But one day he’s in a bit of a hurry and he accidentally grabs his wife’s umbrella instead of his gun.”

    “So he’s in the woods,” the doctor continues, “and suddenly a grizzly bear appears in front of him! He raises up the umbrella, by reflex I suppose, points it at the bear, and a shot is heard. The bear drops dead in front of him, suffering from a bullet wound in his its chest.”

    “That’s impossible!”, says the old man, “Someone else must have shot that bear,”

    The doctor walks the old man to the exit door, shakes his hand, and says, “Exactly.”
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